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Poster: dark.starz Date: Mar 12, 2011 12:49pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: 8.9 Earthquake & 13 ft. Tsunami Honshu Japan

"The Cove" documentary film.

Jim Clark was a client of mine some 23 years ago who had a couple of successful Silicon Valley start-up's with Silicon Graphics and Netscape. Incredibly intelligent, he would spent endless hours discussing his passion for sailing and the latest yacht he was building which made it very difficult to keep the conversation focused on business. He taught me the art of zen in business, that sometimes you have to detach emotionally from the outcome and just go with the flow.

"The Cove" documentary film was recommended to me last year by a friend who eventually broke into tears. When i looked this film up and realized that Jim had produced it i felt a sense of urgency to view. I had no idea about these man made crimes against nature;

Get-it to get-it > Netflix.

Daring animal activists arrive with surveillance equipment at a scenic cove in Taijii, Japan, to capture footage of a secretive and heavily guarded operation run by the world's largest supplier of dolphins. As the group sets out to expose the horrifying truths behind the capture of dolphins for the lucrative tourist industry, they also uncover an environmental catastrophe.